Transgender activists are working overtime to force America to accept their choice to change genders, or else.
Anybody who disagrees with them is a bigot in their eyes, but there are still some willing to fight back.
And radical trans activists are foaming at the mouth with rage after one lawsuit dropped.
The biggest battleground over transgender issues today is in America’s K-12 schools.
Transgender activists want to allow men who believe they are girls into girl’s dressing rooms and onto their sports teams.
But now, a female high school athlete is taking legal action after she didn’t qualify for a track event because two boys who think they are girls ran faster than her.
She filed a complaint with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights over the issue.
Selina Soule, the brave 16-year-old girl taking on the transgender lobby, claims no one in her state is happy about the situation, “but no one has enough courage to speak up.”
But clearly she does, and she surely has a long fight in front of her.
A female high school athlete who didn’t qualify for a track event because two boys who identify as girls ran faster filed a complaint Monday with the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.
“No one in the state of Connecticut is happy about this, but no one has enough courage to speak up,” Selina Soule said during an interview with Tucker Carlson that aired Monday night on his Fox News Channel show.
Selina competes in track at Bloomfield High School in Bloomfield, Connecticut. She wasn’t able to qualify for the 55-meter event in the New England regionals because two spots were taken by biological boys, as The Daily Signal’s Kelsey Bolar documented in a recent video report on the 16-year-old’s situation.
She is far from the only female athlete disadvantaged by policies that allow transgender girls to compete with biological girls, Selina told Carlson on “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
Taking on radical trans activists is a dangerous thing to do.
They have the entire mainstream media and massive government institutions on their side.
In order to avoid being called a “bigot,” these massive institutions bend over backwards to appease the activists.
But all it takes is enough brave people standing up to beat them.
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